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Location
Broad Street
Rector Street
Wall Street
Location
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
Chambers Street
Broadway-Nassau Street
Location
Chambers Street
Broadway-Nassau Street
Location
Broad Street
Rector Street
Wall Street
Location

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Welcome to Trinity Wall Street

Trinity Wall Street

for a world of good

Wherever you are in the journey of life and faith, Trinity Wall Street’s doors are open to you. Come to be inspired, to explore Christian faith in a broad-minded environment, and to deepen your connection with God and those around you.

Trinity Wall Street focuses on three major components of the journey of faith: Faith Inspiration, Faith Formation, and Faith in Action.

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Faith Inspiration

What inspires you to seek God, to deepen your faith, or strengthen your connection with those around you?  In life, inspiration comes in many forms and it’s that way at Trinity too. It might be a beautiful piece of music, worship, a sermon, or a maybe a contemplative moment in the Trinity churchyard.


Faith Formation

What we choose to focus on shapes and forms us. Faith formation is about being conscious of what we pay attention to, and therefore who we’re becoming. Trinity programs give you the opportunity to shape your faith and spirituality by delving into Scripture, prayer, the Episcopal tradition, and other spiritual practices. It’s for everyone, across the lifespan – from Sunday School for children and youth to Trinity’s annual theological conference, Trinity Institute.


Faith In Action

Faith isn't just personal. At Trinity, we’re committed to social justice and peace – not just as ideals, but in practice. That’s what faith in action is all about: going beyond the church doors and living our ideals to heal a broken world. Trinity’s grant-making program supports the growth of sustainable churches on the African continent and advocates for children in NYC public schools. There are plenty of ways for you to get involved too -- whether it’s buying a Christmas gift for a child who wouldn’t otherwise receive one, preparing a Brown Bag lunch for a hungry neighbor, or teaching music to elementary school kids.